Real Ale Random Name Generator.

#1
Overcome by intense boredom in the pub last night, I devised this very simple and effective way of coming up with new names for real ales.


Like that bloke who invented the Internet, I feel this is too big for me alone and I am gifting it to Rumration for the good of humanity.


Take a word from this list below:


Gimmer's
Bishop's
Old
Fisherman's
Morris Dancer's
Commodore's
Titanic
Chiswick
Ploughman's
Crusty
Stoat's
Speckled
Bosun's
Tinker's
Vicar's
St Steven's
Monk's
Tugger's
Coxswain's
Stortford
Norfolk
Bull's
Whippet's
Olympic
Horseman's
Scruttock's
Todger's
Admiral's
Fox's

Now take a word from the second list below:


Flange
Cockstand
Helm Cheddar
Porter
Revenge
Winkle
Superior
Fuggle
Tagnut
Buttock
Gold
Pecker
Dung Nugget
Clay Pipe
Dangle Berry
Ring Bolt
Ruin
Ramrod
Nipple
Jacksy
Donkey
Snurgle
Knickerdropper
Skip Licker
Grunt Futtock
Balloon Knot
Trombone
Knocker
Steamer


Now combine the two and you have your real ale, for example: 'St Steven's Claypipe.'


In addition you may add an optional suffix or prefix from the list below:


Auld
Owd
Jubilee
Special Vat
Vintage

For example 'Auld Norfolk Skip Licker.'


Hours of fun. Copy and paste the lists and make your own additions.


Edited to add more.
 
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#9
I'd like to make it quite clear at this point that I'm a confirmed lager drinker, I very rarely drink ale.

Anyone for a pint of Stortford Gruntfuttock?

Light IPA style brew with a floral nose and citrus finish, very refreshing at just 3.8% ABV. A good summery brew.
 
#10
As long as it refreshes the parts that others can't.....you can call it what you like.....Heinekin schminiken bellringers bollocks sounds OK after several quaffs.
 
#11
I'd like to make it quite clear at this point that I'm a confirmed lager drinker, I very rarely drink ale.

Anyone for a pint of Stortford Gruntfuttock?

Light IPA style brew with a floral nose and citrus finish, very refreshing at just 3.8% ABV. A good summery brew.
A long time ago while I was on a course up at QA Hosptial (before the flattened that monstrosity on the hill at Cosham) a few of us used to go to the pub in the middle of the monstrosity for a DTS. Landlord (ex matelot) always referred to larger as "Pint of Poofters" ... and if I'm getting a round in its something I always say ... 3 pints of HSB* and a Pint of Poofters! (*Other beers are available and probably taste better).
 
#16
Some more for the list:

Take a word from this list below:



Gimmer's
Bishop's
Old
Fisherman's
Morris Dancer's
Commodore's
Titanic
Chiswick
Ploughman's
Crusty
Stoat's
Speckled
Bosun's
Tinker's
Vicar's
St Steven's
Monk's
Tugger's
Coxswain's
Stortford
Norfolk
Bull's
Whippet's
Olympic
Horseman's
Scruttock's
Todger's
Admiral's
Fox's
Lumberjack's
Woodclanger's


Now take a word from the second list below:


Flange
Cockstand
Helm Cheddar
Porter
Revenge
Winkle
Superior
Fuggle
Tagnut
Buttock
Gold
Pecker
Dung Nugget
Clay Pipe
Dangle Berry
Ring Bolt
Ruin
Ramrod
Nipple
Jacksy
Donkey
Snurgle
Knickerdropper
Skip Licker
Grunt Futtock
Balloon Knot
Trombone
Knocker
Steamer
Gummer
Shuffle
Rimjob
Shirtlifter
 

tiddlyoggy

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#18
Clanky's Bilge Bile.

A strong ale that takes some getting used to. Not for the faint at heart, but once hooked you'll love it.
 

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